12:00 am Aug.

Tarrant County lifts burn ban

In response to recent rainfall, Tarrant County commissioners repealed the countywide burn ban today. Controlled outdoor burns of brush, limbs, grass clippings and leaves are now allowed between sun up and sun down.

12:00 am Aug.

Reimagining Grapevine Mills mall

For years, Grapevine Mills mall has been the City of Grapevine’s largest sales tax generator, encouraging additional retail and hospitality projects in the area and supplementing the city’s low property tax rate.

12:00 am Aug.

Kiss It Good Buy

Delicate figurines, a pair of Edward Wormley chairs, a fur-topped footstool, a Jack Vettriano print, and a cat decked out in fake nails and an antique necklace who answers to Walkie Talkie — customers can find them all at Kiss It Good Buy.

12:00 am Aug.

Colleyville approves police raises

The City of Colleyville has had a salary freeze in place since 2009, but council members in July approved raises for the police department in an effort to fix a recruitment and retainment problem.

12:00 am Aug.

Planet Burrito

Seven years ago in a Planet at the intersection of Hwy. 114 and Kimball Avenue in Southlake, Texans and Californians began battling it out to earn the love of hungry customers.

12:00 am Aug.

Commissioners work through FY 2013 budget

Tarrant County commissioners will spend this month poring through the details of a roughly $490 million proposed budget before approving it in September, but they say one thing is for sure: the county tax rate will not increase this year.

12:00 am Aug.

West Nile virus ravages Tarrant Co.

Just weeks after officials in Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake reported that mosquito samples taken within city limits had tested positive for West Nile virus, all three cities have confirmed human cases.

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